Man accused of knocking cop unconscious and brawling with other officers after traffic stop gives patriotic salute in mugshot photo

A Massachusetts man who is denounced of thumping one police officer oblivious what’s more, fighting with others following an early-morning activity stop on Tuesday in Revere offered up a devoted salute in his booking photo. 
Joseph Parker, 34, of Wakefield was halted around 12.30am in a development zone.
He is charged of hopping out of his auto what’s more, striking an officer – a veteran lieutenant who may have managed a blackout – for ‘no evident reason,’ before endeavoring to go after a second cop, concurring to the Boston Globe.
During the incident, the suspect made references to later occasions in Ferguson, Missouri, what’s more, yelled, ‘f**k you cops with your guns’, WCVB reported.  

He was conveying two passengers, matured 32 what’s more, 33, who immediately controlled him from doing further damage, the Wakefield Patch reported.
After various officers at long last stacked him into a police cruiser, he kicked the raise window until it split what’s more, at that point started striking out at the officers.
When Parker was being read his Miranda rights, he said them so anyone might hear as well. 
At the station, Parker allegedly tested a police officer to a battle what’s more, punched somebody else in the confront some time recently a ‘violent physical altercation’ occurred.
During the booking process, he purportedly yelled: ”What the [f**k] are you talking about?
‘I’m strolling out that door.’
The lieutenant from the movement stop what’s more, an officer who endured a leg damage were treated at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Parker argued not liable in Chelsea Locale Court to four checks of attack what’s more, battery of a police officer, jumbled direct what’s more, standing up to arrest.
His lawyer, Dan Fitzgerald, said Parker might have been taking medication that caused his behavior.
He is due back in court on September 15.

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